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Twins Sequel In Development

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Now, if you happen to be holding a hot drink of some sort, we advise that you put it down before you read this story.

Okay, ready? Well your favourite film of the 80s is finally getting a sequel. No, not that one. Or that one. Or that other one. Or even that one. No, a follow-up to the 1988 comedy Twins is officially in development.

The film, provisionally titled Triplets, has been rumoured for years although the original incarnation was going to star Roseanne Barr as their sister. Seemingly stuck in the same 80s time-warp, the updated plot will see Eddie Murphy joining the dysfunctional family. Cue hilarity. Hello hilarity, are you there?

It's currently at the very early stages of development but Universal and the Montecito Picture Co. are hoping to get the three stars signed on soon.

Would you go see it?

(Image: All Star)

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